You CAN Raise Meat Chickens (And Actually Go Through With It!) [Podcast]
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You CAN Raise Meat Chickens (And Actually Go Through With It!) [Podcast]

If you’ve always wanted to raise meat chickens, but aren’t sure you can actually go through with it, then this week’s podcast is for you. In this session of What The Cluck?! we talk all about how we raise meat chickens on our homestead and harvest sustainable meat. (Want to raise a sustainable flock? I can…

Build A Quail Hutch With Little Or No Money [Video Tutorial]
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Build A Quail Hutch With Little Or No Money [Video Tutorial]

As soon as I brought quail home, I had to figure out how to build a quail hutch for them to live in. At the time, our quail were too young to go outside, so they lived in our bathroom in plastic containers while they grew out their feathers. Which gave us a few weeks…

Stop Egg Eating Chickens Today: ‘What The Cluck?!’ Session 14 [Podcast]
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Stop Egg Eating Chickens Today: ‘What The Cluck?!’ Session 14 [Podcast]

If you want to stop egg eating chickens, there’s a lot of options. I’ve had to deal with this bad habit a few times on our homestead, and I have a couple of options I like.  In this episode of What The Cluck?! we look at my favorite ways to stop egg eating chickens as well…

Identifying Common Chicken Predators & What Killed Your Chicken: ‘What The Cluck?!’ Session 13 [Podcast]
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Identifying Common Chicken Predators & What Killed Your Chicken: ‘What The Cluck?!’ Session 13 [Podcast]

Chicken predators, opossums in particular, are the bane of my existence on the homestead. In this episode of What The Cluck?! we discuss 5 common chicken predators. Far and away, the most common predator we deal with on the homestead are opossums.  When it comes to chicken predators, you always have to be on alert, because they…

Why Honey’s Antibacterial Properties Should Always Be In Your Chickens’ Emergency Kit
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Why Honey’s Antibacterial Properties Should Always Be In Your Chickens’ Emergency Kit

Humans have known about honey’s antibacterial properties for centuries, and it’s something I turn to on the homestead to treat wounds on our chickens. For generations, our ancestors relied on honey’s antibacterial properties to treat their chickens as well as themselves, and our medical communities are rediscovering the power of honey as antibiotic resistant bacteria becomes…

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